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I personally think it does. I was performing an experiment in the lab with solubility patterns, where most of the organic compound (p-toluidine, benzoic acid, 2-napthol, glucose) dissolved and the sodium chloride did not. sodium chloride had the specific Na+ charged group which is also found in the sodium salicylate.

Then again, my knowledge is limited and correct experimentation will yield the right answer.

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